The pundits and pollsters are understandably nervous.  After all, a President Hillary Clinton was all but guaranteed two years ago.

So for 2018, they’re playing it cautious.  But is it too cautious?  Are pollsters underestimating the so-called “blue wave?”

From Axios:

The signals look every bit as bad for Republicans as they did for House Democrats when they got wiped out in the 2010 Tea Party wave.

“Every metric leads you to one conclusion: The likelihood of significant Republican losses in the House and state/local level is increasing by the week,” said the Republican operative who did this statistical comparison to 2010.

“The depth of losses could be much greater than anticipated and the Senate majority might be in greater peril than anticipated.”

Watch the Axios video above.